CRPE's Robin Lake, Betheny Gross, and Paul Hill will be featured speakers at "The Urban Education Future?" - Lessons from New Orleans 10 Years after Hurricane Katrina conference, hosted by the Education
This essay explores how an education system built to meet the needs of “square pegs” could benefit all students.
This essay explores the systemic changes needed to ensure student access to meaningful pathways to college prep and career training.
This report examines recent efforts of districts and charter schools to share key instructional practices and offers recommendations for education leaders to move forward.
This report examines why charter school growth in the San Francisco Bay Area has slowed dramatically and offers solutions for cities nationwide to encourage the development of new high-quality schools.
This paper provides an honest assessment of the portfolio strategy’s strengths, weaknesses, and necessary evolution.
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Robin Lake will be presenting in this session on the role of charter schools in overhauling school districts.
The AERA Annual Meeting is the largest gathering of scholars in the field of education research. It is a showcase for ground-breaking, innovative studies in a diverse array of areas—from early education through higher education, from digital learning to second language literacy.
At January’s Washington Education Innovation Forum, Professor Ed Lazowska discussed how Washington’s primary and secondary schools are doing little to give students skills related to the jobs that are being created in their backyard, potential consequences if we do not change course, and how we might best expose our youth to STEM skills that are increasingly shaping our region’s economy and identity.
Our next Washington Education Innovation Forum will feature Jen Davis Wickens, Chief Regional Officer for Summit Public Schools, and Sarah Satinover, Summit’s Director of Growth.
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CRPE research affiliate Aaron Hirsh's forthcoming report on homeschooling is referenced in this Seattle Times article on nontraditional students in Washington.
Robin Lake is interviewed about Seattle's Downtown School in this piece by The 74.
Robin Lake is quoted in this Chalkbeat article on the portfolio model.
Robin Lake is interviewed by LA School Report about LAUSD's financial troubles.
Robin Lake is quoted in this New York Times article on whether teachers should be rated according to their students' success on standardized exams.
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Puerto Rico’s efforts to improve educational opportunities are rich, varied and locally driven.
The school choice movement should evolve to provide new student pathways and better serve every student's individual needs.
Serving every student requires a shift in mindset from a portfolio of schools to a portfolio of learning opportunities.
I want to engage with real ideas and real people, writes Robin Lake, not labels and groupthink.
It’s more essential than ever to measure student progress, writes Robin Lake, but our measures and methods must continue to evolve.
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